Monthly Archives: May 2017

Subtitle Editor Gaupol

In my last post I have discussed several subtitle editors. Including the program Gaupol. I wasn’t enthousiastic about this program but I have tested it now extensively. This after reading the manual on This is what I have … Continue reading

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Subtitle Editors

I have tried to make subtitles for a video with subtitle editors. I have tried several: Subtitle Composer, Gnome Subtitles, Gaupol, Subtitle Editor and Aegisub. I found the experience horrible. It was almost impossible to achieve anything. Consulting websites and watching Youtube videos … Continue reading

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High Pass Filter to Gimp

I wanted to edit a photo with the High Pass Filter but I noticed it wasn’t installed yet. The reason for that was that I had made the switch to Ubuntu Linux. I had to search the internet and finally … Continue reading

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Exiv2: exif tool for photos

Many programs give you the ability to view the exif data of a photo. According to Wikipedia is the Exchangeable image file format (officially Exif, according to JEIDA/JEITA/CIPA specifications) a standard that specifies the formats for images, sound, and ancillary … Continue reading

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In order to obtain information on the contents of a video file, you can use the exiftool. Like below. Use the command in the terminal, then see the output of this command. $ exiftool opening_keynote,_what_a_difference_5_years_makes,_the_new_open_world,_jim_zemlin.mkv ExifTool Version Number : 10.23 … Continue reading

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Extracting part of a video with a One Line Command

It is possible to extract part of a video with a program like OpenShot video editor or Kdenlive. But it is also possible with the command line interface (abbreviated as cli). It is only a small amount of code. This … Continue reading

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